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BERLIN, Novornbor 27.-Mr. Ban?
croft-gave a thanksgiving dinner,
?esterday, nt which several Prussian
[inisters, literary gentlemen and
other distingaished persons were
LONDON, November 27.-Jefferson
Davis, who is stopping at Leaming?
ton, delivered a disuonrse on the im?
portance of exploring Jera salem, and
the peculiar fitness Of Englishmen
for the honorable task.
C OPEN HA OE N, November 27.-Gen.
Ronsloeff, Minister of War, formerly
Danish Minister to the United States,
goes to America to recruit his health.
LONDON, November 27.-The mili?
tary quelled the election rots at
Longtown and Brampton, Cumber?
It is understood that tho Alabama
claims commission will not entertain
claims based on oases adjudicated in
the American Admiralty Courts.
DUBLIN, November 27.-Immense
numbers in Cork and Queenstown at?
tended tho requiem masses for the
repose of the Fenians executed at
Manchester. .There was no inter?
ference from the authorities, and
good order was maintained.
PAMS, November 27.-Tho Moni?
teur du Moir, in an editorial, believes
Grant'B policy will be to beal the
wounds of the late war, by : mensures
Late papers say Lopez is strongly
entrenched at Willetta, and will con?
tinuo the war for the fall of Assun
MADRID, November 27.-The Con?
stitution Cort ez reduction will occur
about December. It is positively de?
nied that the Spanish sqnadron in
the Paoifio refused to give in its ad?
herence to the Government of thc
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NEW YORK, November 26.-In i
fight recently, resulting fatally to Fe
lix Larkin, four persons were badi3
injured. Pistols, knives and clnbi
Mr. E; A. Pollard says that th<
" Soutliern Opinion'' shall not b<
WASHINGTON, November 26.-Tin
impression increases that Grant wil
be subjected to all the restriction
which have cramped Johnson. Tin
admission of the Louisiana Congress
men, recently chosen, is highly im
probable. The opposition to thai
admission is strengthening, by th
unofficial statement of Col. Keelin, t
the effect that Gen. Rosseau con?ut
red w ith the radical leaders, in th
opinion that the negroes could nc
William Price, an old citizen au
member of the Baltimore bar, i
Despatches from Denver City sa;
that city is infested with roughs
driven from Paoifio Railroad towns b
vigilant committees. One of tw
highwaymen was killed, the othc
An alleged horse thief was take
from Denver jail by twenty men au
Grant's official majority in Nohras
ka is 4.290.
JACKSON, Miss., November 26.
The Republican Convention adjoun
ed last night, after preparing an ac
dress to be submitted to Congres
^^ing that body to declare tho di
Hated Constitution ratified and tl
l?tate officers elected. A number <
prominent Republicans opposed th
action, inasmuch as tho Commandin
General had five months ago for wan
ed his official report to Congres
showing that the Constitution hr
been defeated by a majority of tl
votes cost at that election.
NEW ORLEANS, November 26.-Tl
returns telegraphed some days ago ?
tho official vote waajthe vote return(
to the office of Secretary of Stat
Yesterday the Governor, Secretary 1
State, and Judge of the second Jud
al District, examined the returns ai
declared the result of the electio
They threw out the entire vote of tl
parishes of Overall and West Fe
elana, Franklin, Jackson, Jefferso:
Orleans, St. Bernard, Sabine, E
John the Baptist, St. Martin, Terr
bono and Washington, for informa
ty in the manner of making the 1
turns, and declare that no legal 1
turns have been received from the
parishes, making the entire vote f
Grant, as returned by thom, 27,91
and for Seymour, 41,858, notwit
standing the rejection of the vote
those parishes. Tho Democratic Co
gressmen are declared elected frc
all but the second District, in whi
only the parishes of Lafourche, ?
Charles and St. James are counted
CHARLESTON, November 27.-?
rived-steamer James Adger, [Ni
York; steamer Carroll, Baltimoi
schooner J. W. Allen, Boston.
MONTGOMERY, November 27.-T
Legislature to-day was engaged
* discussing tho Kn Klux bills. Tin
bills make it indictable for any p
son to appear in a mask, and if o
person shoots ono who is mask
aftor dark, it is to be considered
cn mo. Tho time of imprison mi
for being disguised is from one to 1
MEMPHIS, November 27.-Fori
was arrested to-day, on the charge
shooting a policeman in a row at
NASHVTDI?B, November 27.-Mesi
O'Shaunnessy & Co.'s cotton c<
pressing establishment was buri
to-day, with 160 bales. Tbe burned
cotton was insured.
WASHINGTON, November 27.--The
department has offioial details of the
recent doods in Switzerland. The
cantons of Gresson, Tessi n. Valais
end St. Gall were flooded. Fifty lives
were lost and mensures of communi?
cation swept away. Valleys covered
with stones washed from the moan
NBW YORK, November 27.~The
? Herald's Cuba despatch reports the
insurrectionists in the vicinity of
Santiago. Deeba demanded its sur?
render, but the Governor of the
District has a large force. The re?
port is current in Havana and Santi?
ago, that the opiiosing parties had
PORTLAND, ME., November 27.-A
I despatch from Batesville, Arkansas,
[ states that Capt. Edward W. Thomp?
son, Acting District Attorney, was
! idiot- and mortally wounded, for his
politics. He was a son of Hon. A.
B. Thompson, of Brunswick.
Elkin's Hotel, in Southampton,
Ganada, was burned yesterday morn?
ing, and two men perished in the
flames, four others being seriously
Official returns give Graut 40,990
majority in Ohio, and 10,146 majori
ty in Indiana. Seymour's majority
in Georgia is 45,263.
jg KI NANCI AL AND COMMERCIAL,.
COLUMBIA, November 25.-Sales of
cotton to-day 157 bales-middlings
NEW YORK, November 27-Noon.
Money easy. Gold 35^. Flour and
wheat quiet. Corn ??c. better. Pork
dull and nominal, at 26%@27. Lard
dull-steam 16@16??. Cotton quiet
and Bteady, at 251?.
7 P. M.-Cotton closed dull aud
drooping; sales 15,000 bales, at 25@
25J4. Flour active, but prices un?
changed. Wheat l@2c. better. Corn
-mixed Western 14@18)?; white
Southern 7@15; yellow Southern 10
@16. Mesa pork 26%@27 34'.
Freights firm-cotton steam %@<34
Governments closed dull. Money
steady, at 6, with exceptions nt 5@7.
Sterling weak, at 9|.s. Gold inact?
ive, but closed steady at 35.
BALTIMORE, November 27.-Flour
quiet Bacon firm-shoulders 14'.?
CINCINNATI, November 27.-Flour
and corn unchanged. Whiskey firm,
at 98. Pork firmer, at 22@22%;
best brands held at 23. Bacon firm
-shoulders 9|.<@93^; clear sides 131?
CHARLESTON, November 27.-Cot?
ton opened firm, but closed quiet;
sales 700 bales-middlings 23}?; re?
AUGUSTA, November 27.-Cotton
market a shade easiar; sales of two
days 613 bales; receipts fer two days
1,135-middlings 23??; sales of the
SAVANNAH, November 27.-Cotton
closes at slight decline-middlings
weak, at 24; sales 1,300 bales; receipts
two days 3,576.
MoniLE, November 27.-Sales of
cotton yesterday 400 bales; market
closed quiet aud firm, at 23^@23^
receipts 921; sales to-day 800 bales
at 23i^; receipts 1,774; sales of the
week 7,100; receipts 7,183.
NEW ORLEANS, November 27.-Cot
ton in fair demand, at l^a. lower
middlings 23J?@28>?; sales 5,700
bales; receipts 4,365; snles of the
week 24,400. Stock 94,696. Gold
35. Sugar in good demand nnd firm
-common 8j?@9??; prime 12>??
12y, ; clarified 13>?. Molasses firm
common 58@60. Flour dull, asking
higher-super 6,%@6>?; double 6 V
@7; treble firstname.lastname@example.org. "Com dull and
declined-82J?@83. Pork dull and
unsettled, at 25. Bacon dull-shoul
ders 12j^; clear rib 16; clear 18%
Whiskey-Western rectified offering
MISS MARY BALDWIN has
boon appointed ono of tho
gTeachora, under tho Peabody ,
?Fund, and will opon a SCHOOL j
at her residence, corner of Ma?
rion and Lumber streets.
Nov 28 1*
Dried Mullet Roe.
SOMETHING oxtralino. For sale at the
Pollock House. Nov 26
THE undersigned will pay tho sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS (roward)
for the detection and conviction of the in?
cendiary who firod his Gin HOUBO, on tho
night of tho 21st instant.
GADSDEN, November 2G, 18G8.
INFORMATION having been officially
communicated to this Department that
on tho night of tho 21st instant, tho GIN
HOUSE and sixteen bags of COTTON, bo
lcnglng to Mr. Robert Adams, on his plan?
tation, about sixteen milos below Colum?
bia, woro destroyed by fire, which was
communicated by an incendiary:
Now therefore, L ROBERT k. SCOTT,
Governor of tho Stato of South Carolina,
to tho end that tho perpetrator, or perpe?
trators, of this nefarious outrage may bo
brought to condign punishment, do hcroby
offer a reward of TWO HUNDRED DOL?
LARS for their apprehension fand delivery
in any Jail of this Commonwealth.
In testimony whoreof, I havo hereunto'
sot my hand and caused tho great
seal of tho State to be affixed, at
r? Colombia, this twenty-fifth day of
November, in the year of our Lord
?i ono thousand oight hundred and sixty
eight, and in the ninety-third vert* of
tho Independence of tho United States
ROBERT K. SCOTT,
Governor State of South Carolina.
F. L. CABDOZO, Secretarv of State.
Nev 20 -2
Report for Wiek ending Friday, Nov. 27.
pHosix OFFICE, COLOMBIA, NOV. 28 -
There has been a fair buaiueas done in
cotton during the paat week, on a basia of
20c. for middlings. The enies of the week
havo been 477 bales as follows: 5 at 21| ;
31 at 21 j; 05 at 22; 25 at 21$; 00 at 22$; 01
at 28; 6 at 20.}; 7 at 22J; 1 at 231; 33 22$; 28
at 22J; 2 at 21 31-100; 5 at 214; 45 at 224; 4
There haB boen no change in other arti?
cles of country produce; all that comes in
is readily taken, at full prices.
Thc following buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Hank Notes, is prepared by Gregg,
Palmer A Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camden. 25
Bank of Charleston.30
Bank of Chester.7
Bank of Georgetown. 5
Bank of Newberry.85
Bank of South Carolina. 8
Bank of State of South Carolina, [old,]..14
Bank of St ato of South Carolina, [new,]. 1
Bank of Hamburg. 8
Commercial Bank. 1
Exchango Bank. 8
Planters' Bank. 4
Farmers and Exchange Bank. 1
State Bank. 1
South-Western Railroad Bank, [old, j_25
Planters and Mechanics..19
Whole*., c I'rlccM Currant.
COnUECTED WEEKLY BY
TUE COLUMBIA BOA UH-OE TRADE.
AFPEES-ferbusliol.1 00 Gil 25
BAGGING-Gunnv, per yard.. 25? 28
. Dumbo .. @ 30
BALE ROFE-Manilla, per lb.. 26 ?
N.Y. or Wost." 10 ? 15
BUTTER- -Northern, por lb.. 50 ?
Country, " .. 30 ? 35
BACON-Hani*, per lb. 20 ? 23
Sides " . 18 (tt 19
Shoulders, " . 15.1? 16
BRICKS-Per 1,000 . 9 00?PJ 00
CANDLES-Sperm,per lb ... 40 ? "0
Adamantino, " .. 21 ? 25
Tallow, *' .. ll @ 10
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .1 90 ?2 001
COTTON-Strict Middling, ur lb 234?
Middling. " 23 ?
Lbw Middling, " ? 22*
Good Ordinary, " ? 22
Ordinary. " 20 ?
CHEESE-English Dairv, per lb20 ? 23
factory, " 20 ? 23
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 21 ? 25
Laguavra, " . 27 ? 29
Java. " - 37 ? 40
FLOUR-Couutrv, per bbl. .12 00?13 00
Northern.8 00@U 00
GRAIN-Corn, per bush. 90? 1 00
Wheat, " .2 25@8 00
Oats, " .80 ? 90
Peas, ?. . 70? 80
HAY'-Northern, pei cwt.
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12$? 18
Green. " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00@1 25
LARD-Per lb.18 ? 21
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft.. 1 50
Scantling, " .. 150
Shingles, per 1,000.. 2 75
LIME-Per bbl.2 70?2 80
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 50?G0
New Orleans, " 1 00@1 25
Sugar House. " . 75?1 25
NAILS-Per keg.ti 00@7 00
ONIONS-Per bushel.1 25?2 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 50? 55
Machinery " _ 75@1 00
POTATOES-lribh, per bushel. 75?1 25
Sweet. " . 60? 75
BICE-Carolina, per lb. 0? 12$
East India. " .
SPECIE-Gold. .1 3-1 ?1 35
Silver.1 23? 1 25
SHOT, per bag. 3 25@3 50
SALT-Liverpool, per aack-2 50@2 75
SO AI?-Per lb. 7$@ ll
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon G 00
Brandv, " .1 00@12 00
Holland Gin, "...5 00@7 00
American " " .. .3 5??1 00
Jamaica Rum, " ...6 00@7 00
N. ZL. " " .. .8 50@3 75
Bourbon Whiskey,. .3 50@4 50
Monongahela " . .8 75@4 00
Rectified " .. .1 50@2
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 18?
Powdered, " . 18?
Brown, " .12$? 1GV
B'?ARCH-Per lb.10? 12$
TEA-Green, per lb.1 00?2 00
Black. " .1 00?1 50
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb-50?1 25
Smoking, " .50? 1 00
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon... .70? 75
Cider, 4' ....50? GO
French, " .1 25?1 50
WINE-Champagne,por baskot.25?32 00
Port, per gallon.3 00?5 00
Sherrv, " .3 50?6 00
Madeira, " .3 50@6 00
MEATS-Pork, per lb. 15.}
Beef, ". 8 ?12
Mutton, *' . 15
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair.
Chickens, " .25?30
Geese. " ....
FLOUE ! FLOUE ! !
WE havo juBt received, and will con?
tinuo to receive, choice lotB of
Family, Superfine and Extra FLOUR,
which we can supply in any quantity.
Nov 2G j8 D. C. PEIXOTTO &SON.
THE undersigned respectfully in
v"fci viten his customers, and thc public
lUgenerally, to examino his woll soloct
Jfj?Lod stock of WINTER GOODS, viz:
i iih.N(JU CASSIMERE3, Dovers, Vestings,
P. S. Call and examino for voursolf.
J. F. EISENMAN,
Nov 263_Main street.
REAL ESTA TE A GENTS,
COliVMBIA, S . C.
TnE undersigned haye determined to
form a businoss partnership, under
the ahovo namo, for tho purchase and
sale, on commission, of REAL ESTATE
and ether property. Tho present low
prices for real CH tate, in tho South, oifors
groat inducomonts for tho investment of
Northorn capital; and wo propoao to koop
complete and oxtensivo lists of preporty
for salo, and to furnish roliablo Informa?
tion to the buyer and souer-making no
charge, except where sales are effected.
Advertising, when authorized, will bo done
liberally and on the best terms. Wo call
on our friends throughout the State to
furnish us with acourato descriptions of
any proporty thoy havo to sell, with price,
terms, ?c. Wo have now, and are con?
timidly receiving, inquiries after proporty
that can be purchased.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
WADE HAMPTON GIBBES,
Nov 19 Columbia, S. C.
DR. R. W. GIBBES HAS REMOVED
to kia new reaidonco and office-cor?
ner of Plain and Snmtor streets, and next
door to office of Dra. Roynolds, Dentists.
Nov 19 Imo_' _
A Lot Of
XnRESH LEMONS hut to hand., and for
X Bale by G. W. PARKER,
Nov ll_ _Agent.
At Swygert & Senn's.
FRESH Buckwheat FLOUR,
Prime North Carolina Mullets, some?
Golden Drip Syrup,
Choice Goshen Butter, Cheese, ?cc.
Choice FAMILY SUPPLIES, received
daily, at SWYGERT fe SENN'S.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters.
HAVING mado arrangements, I will
keep thom constantly on band during
tho season, by retail at $2.00 por gallon,
and iu kegs at $2.50 per gallon. All orders
from the country promptly attended to,
when tho cash accompanies thc order.
Nov 21 C_JOHN D. BATEMAN.
THE MYSTERY SOLVED.
"Jg E. JACKSON
THE COUGH REMEDY, FOR RALE.
Nov 22 0
HAVING just received a well selected
lot of choice imported
I will take pleasure in showing them to
thelovcr8 of pure gooda. No discount on
them. Neatly put up in boxes, and in
New Raisins, Dates, Nuts, of all kinds;
Florida Oranges and Lemons, Bananas,
Northern Apples, Ac.
Toys, in endless variety.
Manufactured daily, of pure sugar, whole?
sale and retail.
For Weddiugs and Parties furnished at
short notice, by JOHN McKENZLE,
Greenfield's Row, Main Bt., Col., S. C.
O. F JACKSON
WILL sell his stock of DRESS SILKS at
much reduced prices, for the next six
His stock of EMPRESS CLOTHS, and
other DRESS GOODS, will Le offered at
Remember, bargains for the next six
days. _Nov M
OF DRESS TRIMMINGS Just in at C. F.
SILK GIMPS, all styles.
Silk Velvet Ribbous, all colora.
Satin Ribbons, all color?.
Another lot of BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS.
Another lot of WORSTED GOODS,
Nubias, Hoods, Caps, Shawls, Scarfs, &c.
Tn AT desirable lot of LAND situated on
Upper Boundary street, and formerly
occupied by W. Summer as a nursery. It
is suitable for farming, and will produce
about 1,500 lbs. of 8eod Cotton or 20 buah
ols of Wheat to tho aero. Apply to
Nov 24 jS_W. T. WALTER.
A HOUSE on Senate street. Ap
PlNov 18 FISHER .fr LOWRANCE.
4f\r\f\ LBS. of prime DRIED AP
,UUU PLES for sale low bv
Nov 21 _ E. St G. D. HOPE.
Raffle of Magnificent Articles.
CH Ii IS TM A s"p RESENTS.
THE undersigned has on exhibition at
his establishment, a valuablo collec?
tion of articles, which aro to bo disposod
of by Rafilo, Christmas Eve. Tho follow?
ing embraces the list:
5 GOLD WATCHES, some of them dou
1 VEST CHAIN.
1 EXTRA HEAVY NECK CHAIN.
2 DIAMOND RINGS.
1 SET OPAL STUDS.
1 SILVER SEGAR CASE.
Eighty chances, at $10 a chance. Tho
highest throw bas first choice; tho next
highest second; and so on.
Nov 24 _T. M. POLLOCK.
Bank Bill and Land Agency.
UNDER Act of Assembly, of Septem?
ber, 1808, all bills of tho Bank of tho
State of South Carolina, of $1 or over, and
dated prior to the 20th December, I860,
will bo FUNDED in Bonds of the State of
South Carolina, bearing 6 per cont, interest
per annam, from 1st January. IMO, if prn
sentod provious to this dato; otherwlso,
thoy will be debarred tho privilege Sums
to bo funded must bo in even hundreds.
I will also buy or sell LANDS or City Lota
lu any part or tho State. Parties wishing
to sou Lands or Lots will give me particu?
lar description of their property. Thoso
doelrirtg to purchase will recorvo imm?diat o
answers to inquiries by enclosing a post?
age stamp. Terms moderate,
Former President of Srapdi Bank, ai
Columbia. S. C. Nov 24 Imo
James L. Clark,
MAGISTRATE, office Bauakott'e Build?
ing, Law Bange. Will attend
promptly to collecting and other business
entrusted to him. _Nov 25 6
WINTHROP B. WILLIAMS,
/COTTON FACTOR and COMMISSION
\y MERCHANT, Accommodation Wharr,
Charleston, 8. C. Sept 3 5mo
W. T. WALTER, AUCTIONEER.
In thc matter of John W. Falk, Bankrupt.
BY order of Henry Hummer, Register in
Bankruptcy, I wdl sell, in front of the
Court HOUBO in thc city cf Columbia, OD
THURSDAY, 17th Dccembor next,
OOO acrca of LAND, situate in Richland
County, known aa tho "Robertson place,"
twelve miles from the city of Columbia, on
tho Greenville aud Columbia Railroad, and
bounded on the South by lands of John D.
Frost, on tho Weot by Broad Riverland by
lands of Felix Turnipsced, on tho North
by lands of Felix Turnipsced, and on the
East by Lover and others.
On thc day foUowing, the 18th, I will
sell, on tho premises above described,
400 bushels COTTON SEED and 2
TERMS OF SALE.-Cash. Purchaser to
pay for stamps and papers.
THOS. W. HOLLOWAY,
Nov 28 tn th Align?e.
STATE OF SOCTH CAROLINA,
RICHLAND COUNTY, NOV. 17, 18C8.
BY' order of tho Court of Probate of the
Stato and County aforesaid, w?l bo
sold, on WEDNESDAY, December 2, at
tho plantation, near Gadsden, lately occu?
pied by Robert Ncwsom, deceased, all his
personal property, viz.:
LOT OF MULES.
Lot of Cattle.
Lot of Corn and Fodder.
Bale? or Cotton.
Kitchen Furniture, otc.
Terms at sale. B. C. SHIVER,
Nov 13 19, 27 Dec 1 Administrator.
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
WE will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY in
Decomber, at public auction, in front of |
the Court House, at 10 o'clock,
All that certain lot, piece and parcel of
LAND, situated, lying and being in tho
city of Columbia, with the Cottago there?
on: bounded on tho North and West by
lots owned by Dr. F. W. Green, on the East
bv lotB of Henry Davis, on tho South by
Medium etroot-measuring on tho said
Medium etreot 52 feet by 108, moro or less.
Conditions at salo. Nov 24 %
W. T. WALTER, AUCTIONEER.
In re. Wm. Summer, of Newberry, Bank?
BY order of Hon. George S. Bryan,
Judge of tho United States Court, for
tho District of South Carolina, I will sell,
on TUESDAY', tho 1st day of Dccembor
next, at tho Court Houso in Oolumcia,
A valuable tract of LAND? containing
30 acres, more or less, situate in tho Coun?
ty of Richland, and bounded on tho South
by Boundary street, North of tho citv of
Columbia; on the Wost by State Fair
Grounds, ou the North by Dr. Kennedy's
land, and on the East by lands of Miss
Sallie Mcculloch. This valuable piece of
property oilers raie inducements as build?
ing lota or for farming purposes, and will
bo sold as will be most desirable to all con?
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for
stamps and papers.
THOMAS W. HOLLOWAY,
Nov 7 tuth Assignee.
F. W. McMaster, Administrator, with tho
will annexed, vs. Alfred M. Hunt.
IN pursuance of the decretal order in the
above stated case, I will sell, before
tho Court House in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in December next,
All that lot of LAND, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing three-quartora of an
acre, more or less, bounded on the North
by Joseph Randall's lot, on the East by
Assembly street, South by Gervaia strcot,
and West by lot belonging to M. J. Hunt.
On the promises is a large (io part now)
and commodious hotel.
TERMS OF SALE.-Cash enough to pay the
coat of suit and sale, and one-third of
debt; balance on a credit of one year, se?
cured by bond and mortgage of the pre?
mises. Purchasers to pay for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSUHE,
Nov 7 t C. E. R. D.
The Theological Seminary of the Evange?
lical Lutheran Church of South Carolina
and ".djacent States, vs. M. A. Blanding,
IN pnrboance of the decretal order in the
abeve stated CBHO, I will sell the follow?
ing real estate, on thc FIRST MONDAY in
Decomber next, at the Court House in Co?
lumbia, to wit:
Bounded on the North by Plain street,
East by lot of John W. Powell, South by
lot of J. O. Gibbes, West by an alloy ox
teuding from Plain street to the Court
House lot, fronting on Plain street feet.
TERMS OF SALE.-Cash to pay coats of
suit and Hale, balance on a credit of one,
two and three years, secured by bond and
mortgage. Purchaser to nay for "P-pprs
and stamps. Li- B. DESAUSSURE,
Nov 7 j _ _C. E. R. D.
Estate Sale by Order of the Executor.
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
WE will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY in
December, at public auction, in front of
tho Court nonse, at ll o'clock,
That desirable LOT, with Cottage there?
on, fronting and measuring 31 feot on
Gatos streot, running back 64 feet; bound?
ed on tho North by Gervais street, .South
by Gates street.
Not No. 2, measuring and fronting 35
foot on Gatos street, running back G4 feet,
with Cottago theroon, bounded on the
North by Lot No. 1, on the South by So?
Vacant Lot No. 3, measuring 37 feet
front on Gates street, running back 58
feet; bounded on the North by Lot No. 2,
South by Senate street.
Lot No 4, with Cottage thereon, fronting
on Gates street 50 foot, running back 68
foot: bounded on the North by Lot No. 3,
South by Sonate street.
That desirable Cottago, fronting on Son
ato street, Lot measuring 48 foet front and
running back 153 feet, with all necessary
out-buildings; bounded on tho North bv
Frank Toland, on the Smith by Sonato
street, Eaat by Gates utrcct, West by Mary
TKRMS OF 8.U.E.-One-third cash; the
balance on ono, two and three years, with
interest from day of sale, secured by bond
aud mortgage. Purchasers to^ pay for
papers and stamps. Nov 24 ]
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Property for Sale!
Groat Inducements for Investment.
Edward and Henry O. Kinaler, Executors
of J. J. Kinslor, deceased, vs. Amelia
B. Kinsler, et aL
IN pursuanco of the decretal order. Of
bis Honor Chancellor Carrol, dated the
day of confirmed by
tho decretal order of his Honor Associate
?V#ce H?ge, tho following HEAL ES?
TATE, constituting the most extensive:
and valuable city property ever oiTercd for
Balo in Bout h Carolina, will be sold on the
28tho' DECEMuuh proximo, in the city of
Columbia, at ll o'clock A. M.:
Lot No. 1-Containing four acres, bound?
ed on the North by Blanding street, East
by "Williams street, South by Tavlor street,
West by Gist street.
Lot No 2-Bounded on the North by
Divine street, Eastby Marion street, 8outh
by Blossom street, and Weat by, Sumter;
ocntaiuing four acres.
Lot No. 3-Bounded North by Richland
street. East byPinokney street, South by
Laurel street, West by Roberts street; con?
taining four acres.
Lot No. 4-North by Laurel street, East
by Gist stroet, South by Blanding, Weat
by Pinckney Btroet; containing four acres.
Lot Nc. 5-Ncr?h by Lumber street,
East by Wayne, South by Richland, West
by Pulaski Btroet; containing four acres.
Lot No. 6-Containnigfonr acres, bound?
ed North by Laurel, Eu.-f by Williams.
South by Blanding and West by Gist
Lot No. 7-North' by -Pendleton street,
East by Wayne streot. South by Medium
Btrcet and West by Pulaski: containing
Lot No. 8-North by Pendleton street,
East by Gadsden, South by Medium, Weat
by Wavne street; containing four acTes.
Lot No. 9-North by Divine street, East
by Bull street, 8outh by Blossom, Weat by
Marion street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 10-Containing three and-a-half
acres, bounded North by Landa Of Jacob >
Rife, deceased, and Gorvais- street; East - r
by Huger street, South by Senate street.
Wost by Williame streot and lands of
Lot No. ll-Contain?ig fpur acres,
bounded North by Senate street, Eaet by
Pulaski street, South by Pendleton uu c,
Weat by Huger street.
Lot No. 12-Containing four ac. -s
bounded North by Pendleton street. East
by Pulaski, South by Medium, We^i by
Lot No. 13-Containing tinco and three?
quarter acres, bounded on the North by
lands of N. Pope, West and North-west by
lands of Jacob Geiger, South and South?
east by lands of Mrs. L. Zanoni.
Lot No. 14-Containing two and one
quarter aerea, (in Cotton Town.) bounded
on tho North and North-east by lands of
Iseal Guignard and J. 8. Crawford, East
and South-east by J. Tarror, and South?
west and Weat by the Butcher Town Road.
Lot No. 15-The Homestead, containing
two and-a-half acres, bounded on tho East
by Richardson street, continued on tho
South by lands of Harper and Bearden, on
tho North by tho estate of Keenan and
West by Senate street, continued. On the
premises aro 150.000 to 200,000 brick.
Lot No. 16-"Tho Old Homestead,"
fronting on Richardson street 50 feet 9
inches, running back 417 feet 4 inches, and
bounded on the South by the lot of the
old Branch Bank, West by Assembly street
and North by Mrs. Marks' lauds. Also
about 75,000 bricks on the premises.
Lot No. 17-Known as the Kinsler's Hall
Lot, fronting on Richardson street 59 feet .
8 inches, running Weat 263 feet 6
inches; bounded South by Taylor street,
Weat by lot of J. C. Scegera and North by
lot of W. T. Walter, together with the large
quantity of bricka thereon, about 150,000
Lot No. 18-Containing two and-One
fifth acres, situated in tho middle of the
Cougareo River, and cut into nearly equal
sections by Upper street, continued.
Lot No. 19-Containing one and-lwo-fifth
acres, bounded North by Green's Mill lot,
South by Senate street, fronting thereon
340 feet; Weet by the Congaree River.
Tho Columbia Caual divides thia lot into
nearly equal sections.
Lot No. 20-Containing four aerea;
bounded North by Blossom street^Eaat by
Marion, South by Wheat, and Weat by
Lot No. 21-Containing four acres;
bounded North by Senate street, East by
Huger, South by Pendleton, Weat by Wil?
Lot No. 22-Containing four acre.*;
boundod North by Senate street, East by
Williams, South by Pendleton a:?d West by
Lot No. 23-Containing one acre, marked
B on a plat made by 8. G. Henry, of Kin
eler'a Brick Yard property; being a good
Lot No. 24-Marked C, on same plat,
containing ono acre; immediately South of
Lot No. 25-Marked D, on same plat,
containing one acre; immediately South,
of lot C.
Lot No. 26-E, being part of thc same
tract, containing one aero.
Lot No. 27-F, containing ono and one
quarter acree, part of the same tract.
Lot No. 28-G, containiug nine and olio
quarter acres, part of the same tract,
over tue South-east portion of which tho
Columbia and Augusta Railroad passes.
All of the lots having auch metes and
bounds as are delineated on maps made
by 8. G. Henry, Decembor, 1867.
Lot No. 29-118 acros, the residue of the
said Brick Yard Tract; bounded North by
Senate street. South by landa of J. 8.
Greon, Wost by tho Congaroe River, and
East by lots owned by citizens of the city
vi Columbia. In thia property ia included
a valuable Brick Yard, within the corno
rato limits of tho city; and also the entire
interest in the Columbia Canal, which
runs through tho property for a distance
of about 1,166 yarda, with a fall of water
commencing at 19 foot 10 inches and at?
taining a fall of 25 feet. This casement is
a continuation of tho valuable and exten?
sive water power advertised by his Excel?
loncy Governor R. K. Scott, H. N. Lew?
and C. M. Wilder, Commissioners appoint?
ed by the State for the salo of it, ana con?
stitutes tho moat valuable part thereof.
This property offers tho most advantage?
ous opportunity for locations of sites for
hydraulic purposes. Parties Interested
aro referreu, for particulars, to the adver?
tisement by tho Commissioners appointed
by tho State to negotiate for the sale of
that portion of the Canal not herein de?
* This is one of the beat inducements for
investments ever offered in tho South. On
tho tract known as the Brick Yard- Tract,
thoro ia a Quarry, said by Maj. Niernsoc,
of baltimore, the Architect o? tho new
Capitol, to- be, in respoct to tho quality
and quantity of its granite, equal to any.
TKBMS-Ono-flfth cash; balance on a
credit of one, two, three and four years,
secured by hoad and mortgage. Pur?
chasers to nay fot papera, stampa, Ac.
D. IS. Dt?AUHSUKE.
Nov 14 i C. E. R. ?.